Blueface was a topic of conversation on social media last night (May 24th) for doing something he often criticized for failing: rapping on the beat.
In a clip posted on Twitter, Blueface shows a different flow on a track titled “Outside,” which features OG Bobby Billions. The songs find him more introspective and serious than the party-centric vibe of celebrating money and women that is usually included in his music.
“I don’t pray for these baguettes, I pray for better days (better days) / I don’t pray for this new ‘Vette, I’d rather have my dogs back / Lord protect me with this tec that I’m not praying for this Patek / Remember the day I got the text / ‘Another fatherless child’ / Can’t do right because they left him fatherless / No hood heavier than fatherhood / Who will teach your son to go further than the father? all these kids raising all these kids, “he raps on the now viral clip that found its way from TikTok to Twitter.
People on social media were definitely surprised and also impressed with the Californian rapper’s flow in this round.
One person tweeted, “Okay, Blueface on Beat sounds like something.”
Another person claims people on the internet are exaggerating the credit they gave Blueface for the record. “Y’all niggas has been in the pandemic for a minute and now thinks 10 seconds of blue face deserves a Grammy face 😂😂😂” the person typed.
Despite the opinions of others, Blueface declared back in 2019 that he was the best lyricist in the rap game. However, he admitted his flow wasn’t top-notch, but boasted that his pun is second to none.
The former 2019XXL Freshman said on Instagram Live at the time: “Hey, because that’s up to my mom and sister, I’m the best copywriter in the muthafuckin ‘game, brother. I may not have the best flow, sound … but if I do. ” come to the pun, because come on, brother. “
Believing his alleged allegations, Blue knocked on the video: “I’m at the Ritz Carlton Hotel and I have zippers. / This is a non-smoking shit.”
His new track may have turned some skeptics into believers.
See more reactions to the “Thotiana” rapper’s evolved flow on the new track and listen to the following song.
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